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Information about TSL 226 Rando Snowshoes - 24"
Closeouts. Head for the backcountry with TSL 226 Rando snowshoes, featuring a rugged composite frame with steel spikes and front crampon points for superior grip.
  • Easily adjusts to fit a broad range of footwear
  • Metal heel lift mechanism for easier uphill
  • Adjustable ankle strap and toe strap
  • Rugged composite frame with steel spikes
  • Steel front crampon points
  • Includes storage sack
  • Made in France or USA may not specify
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Specs about TSL 226 Rando Snowshoes - 24"
  • Terrain
  • Weight capacity: 110-260 lb.
  • Crampon: Yes
  • Heel lift: Yes
  • Frame material: Composite
  • Decking material: Composite
  • Crampon material: Stainless steel
  • Weight: 3 lb. 14 oz.
  • Dimensions: 24 x 9"
  • Recommended use: Rolling terrain,Flat terrain
  • Made in France or USA may not specify
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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sandy the Bargainhunter from Newton, MA on Friday, February 27, 2015
We've had so much snow this winter that my husband needed snowshoes to go around the house to take the snow off the roof! He loves these snowshoes. Well made, lightweight, Bindings easy to adjust, thoughtfully engineered. Exceeded expectations! He enjoys using them for this difficult task. Great p... Read More
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by none from New England on Monday, March 2, 2015
    I've had a pair of 30" snowshoes for ~30 years, but I finally decided to try something a little smaller with improved performance on steep terrain. I expected to buy a pair of MSRs, but when I saw these I liked the design, and certainly the price. My impressions:
    -Raised heel option is a revelation. I experimented with it raised and lowered; it was the difference between moving and not on a near 100% slope.
    -These have less aggressive crampon teeth than many. To me this is a plus: on a steep enough downhill I can almost "ski" on them.
    -Once adjusted (easy), I found the rigid binding plate system to work well, and only one buckle in and out.
    -For reference, I weight about 155lbs dressed. In fresh deeper snow, I sink marginally more than the 30" shoes, but these are significantly lighter, so it is a wash on which set are easier. In compacted snow, the TSL shoes are far more nimble.
    -I found these to work very well walking side-hill (off camber). I was with someone on a section like this and they were using aluminum tubing framed shoes from Tubbs. They were struggling to keep up, sliding sideways.
    -I like that the plastic is a recyclable #5 plastic at the end of their life, if they get to that.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by CanoesRMySpeed from Massachusetts on Saturday, February 28, 2015
    I ordered these just after the 2nd Boston snowstorm, and got them quickly - just after the 3rd. With 2-3' of powdery snow + drifts in the yard, I needed to get out with the roof rake and take some weight off my lightly sloped ranch. With these I could move around easily without spending most of my energy just walking in thigh-high. Spent better part of two days wearing them - worked great. Attachment system can work on just about any boot, even the big green insulated rubber Kamik's I was using. Just get the pulls good and snug, it is awkard to get back on when you are IN a drift.
    Tip: There are no left and right on these, but if you put the short end of the ankle strap buckle on your inside ankles, you can get them off a bit easier if you are no longer at the height of your flexibility!
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sandy the Bargainhunter from Newton, MA on Friday, February 27, 2015
    We've had so much snow this winter that my husband needed snowshoes to go around the house to take the snow off the roof! He loves these snowshoes. Well made, lightweight, Bindings easy to adjust, thoughtfully engineered. Exceeded expectations! He enjoys using them for this difficult task. Great price and great product. Thanks STP!
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by jen the hiker from brooklyn on Monday, February 23, 2015
    the design is flawed. the shoe bed wiggles and does not stay put and then the screw came out, leaving me to walk in deep snow with broken snowshoes.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jacko from Canada on Monday, February 16, 2015
    After a first time use, I am very pleased with this product. It meets with my rigorous expectations.

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